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IOA Newsletter – Aging News

Aging News is the newsletter of the UW–Madison Institute on Aging and features articles addressing both the problems and potentials of midlife and older age. Each newsletter outlines recent findings in aging research from both the IOA administered MIDUS study and the IOA affiliated researchers at UW–Madison. Aging News is intended for both a public and academic audience. Follow this link to view all past editions of Aging News.

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Popular Editions of Aging News

Cover Story: “Stand Up and Move More”

2018 IOA Newsletter front cover

Cover Story: “Supporting Research Partnerships that Advance Healthy Aging”

Supporting Research Partnerships that Advance Healthy Aging

Cover Story: “Music May Improve Quality of Life for Alzheimer’s Patients”

Music May Improve Quality of Life for Alzheimer’s Patients

Cover Story: “The Benefits of Volunteering in Later Life”

The Benefits of Volunteering in Later Life

 

Cover Story: “Reducing Reactions to Minor Stressors Can Benefit Future Health”

Reducing Reactions to Minor Stressors Can Benefit Future Health

Cover Story: “Key Pathway to Aging Discovered”

Key Pathway to Aging Discovered

MIDUS (Midlife in the United States) NewsletterMIDUS Logo

You can also read the online MIDUS Newsletters featuring a variety of health-related topics with key findings from the MIDUS study. The MIDUS Newsletters are available for free to the public on the MIDUS website and are shared with research participants. The most recent editions are listed below.

Recent MIDUS Newsletters

Cancer Survivors in MIDUS

Cancer Survivors Newsletter Front Page

Inequality & Health

Inequality and Health

Sleep & How It Matters for Health

MIDUS Newsletter about Sleep

Managing Emotions: How Feelings are Linked with Physical Health

Managing Emotions

Inflammation & Health

Inflammation and Health

Employment Affects Our Health & Happiness

Employment